[Homestead] Just stiff (seriously OT, but I need to vent)
lurine at softcom.net
Fri Nov 17 01:39:55 EST 2006
Superior Court is the usual but there should be a court clerk who can direct
you to the right people.
In the office I worked in we would accept a letter that we would forward but
wouldn't give out the address. You might try that.
Time periods vary by state, so I couldn't tell you that. I do know that
usually wills are read within 30 days and then they have something like 90
days to probate it (file it and publish the notice).
----- Original Message -----
From: "EarthNSky" <erthnsky at bellsouth.net>
> I went to the county website and was sadly disappointed in their
> directory and information about county services like vital statistics.
> For a major city, it was pathetic.
> Who do I call for this?? which court?
> Perhaps he will at least put me in touch with Tammy.
> Thanks for the advice. I've been watching the online papers for public
> legal notices and obituaries, but a call would probably be more
> efficient. Is there a time period after one's death for a will to be
> opened and read, like within 30 days or something?
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